The symptoms that will help you better understand iMCD
The symptoms of idiopathic multicentric Castleman disease (iMCD) may vary from person to person, which makes getting an accurate diagnosis for this rare disease difficult. Knowing the symptoms of iMCD and reporting any that you experience to your doctor may help you get an accurate diagnosis.
Swollen Lymph Nodes
Enlarged or swollen lymph nodes may be found throughout the body.
Having low energy or feeling overtired.
A condition in which a person has a low red blood cell count and might feel tired.
The liver or spleen may be larger than normal.
Repeated episodes of excessive sweating during sleep.
A key sign that the immune system has been activated.
Unintended Weight Change
Significant change in weight can be a sign of an underlying medical condition.
Fever, night sweats, cough, fatigue, and weight loss.
An area of the skin that may become red, scaly, and itchy.
Swelling caused by excess fluid in body tissues.
If you are a patient or a caregiver, be sure to report even common flu-like symptoms to your doctor.
The symptoms that led up to my iMCD diagnosis included visibly swollen lymph nodes, fatigue, brain fog, night sweats, headaches, feeling dizzy, and nausea.
– Jessica, iMCD patient
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